Miguel A. F. Sanjuán

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—This paper proposes a serially concatenated system with an outer convolutional channel encoder and an inner chaos-based coded modulator. With the help of the principles of symbolic dynamics, the chaotic modulation can be described in terms of a trellis. Owing to this, we show that the resulting system can be designed and analyzed following developments(More)
—In this paper, we explain how to build a turbo-like structure with binary inputs and chaotic outputs for efficient coding and decoding in additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN). We analyze the convergence of the decoding algorithm, the performance in the error floor region and explain minimum distance properties of the resulting codes.
Recent work has shown that chaos-based communication systems can yield performances as good as their non-chaotic counterparts in additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN), and behave even better in flat-fading channels. However, much of this work relies on computer simulations and there is still a need to study in depth the implementation issues of such systems.(More)
—Chaos-based communications systems have shown to be of potential interest in some kinds of dispersive channels. In this paper we analyze the behavior of a class of chaos-based coded modulations (CCM's) in channels with time-invariant intersymbol interference (ISI). We use the ISI distance spectrum of the CCM's to calculte bounds for the bit error rate(More)
—In this brief, we analyze a kind of chaos-coded modulations over both Rician and Rayleigh frequency non-selective un-correlated fading in the presence of additive white Gaussian noise. We provide bounds both for the case when perfect channel-state information (CSI) is available at the decoder and when there is no CSI. We show that the bounds proposed can(More)
In this paper, we study the nonlinear response of the nonlinear mass-spring model with non-smooth stiffness. For this purpose, we take as prototype model, a system that consists of the double-well smooth potential with an additional spring component acting on the system only for large enough displacement. We focus our study on the analysis of the homoclinic(More)
We analyze how the asymmetry of the potential well of the Duffing oscillator affects the vibra-tional resonance. We obtain, numerically and theoretically, the values of the low-frequency and amplitude of the high-frequency forces at which vibrational resonance occurs. Furthermore, we observe that an additional resonance is induced by the asymmetry of the(More)